Ordnance Survey Field Name Books of the County of Meath
1835 - 36. Vol. 1.
Neilstown Park. Ardbraccan Parish
Pairc Bhaile Ui Neill.
Neillstown Park. John O'Donovan.
This townland is situated in the east of the parish.
It is bounded on the north and East by the parish of Navan.
It is bounded on the south and west by the Glebe.
It contains 20 acres 1 rood 12 perches, statute measure, and is all under cultivation. It is the property of Nicholas Coddington, Esquire, of Oldbridge, near Drogheda. Agent, his son and heir Henry Coddington.
The whole townland is held under a lease by Archdeacon Pakenham at the yearly rent of £2 per Irish acre. The soil is good loam, and produces 12 barrels of wheat, 16 barrels of oats, 56 stone of flax, and 360 bushels of potatoes per acre. County Cess is 1 shilling 2 pence per acre per half year.
The road from Kells to Navan passes along the north side of this townland.